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  1. Farmhouse Headboard

    I was commissioned to make a farmhouse dining table with breadboard ends from 2×6's a year ago. Now, the same person wanted a headboard to match it. I used the same methods to build the headboard as I used for the table. After doing some sanding I used biscuits and glued up the long boards. I...
  2. A Country style Table With Bread Boards Ends

    My lumberjock brother and I made this table for a friend. They wanted a big dining room table size 44in by 107in. The table was to large to transport by my van so we delivered it by rolling table. Was very near my shop. The table is made of 2×12 no2 pine with store bought legs. We ripped to...
  3. Yet more cups of coffee and biscuits

    Having said to someone recently that I never made the same thing twice, here I am having made the third one of these "2 cups of coffee & a packet of biscuits, please". The first I made just for a bit of fun, but it's proved very useful for its purpose, and has since had daily use. I was speaking...
  4. Audio Rack with Pin/Lock covers

    Pro Audio Rack Cabinet for my church. This was the first of three I've built over 20 years and still in use today. Here's the other two: Gas Lift Audio/Video Cabinet Transformer Audio Cabinet - Case is 3/4" maple ply with 3/4×3/4 solid oak edging on all panels and shelves - Biscuit joinery...
  5. Spice Rack of Mahogany/Maple

    Spice rack for my wife for Christmas. The "C" on the top was a very new experience. Cut with a jigsaw/coping saw. Lumber: Frame is mahogany. Back panel is ship-lapped maple. Joinery: biscuits for the shelves, mortise and tenon for the rails. Finish: BLO + sprayed clear-coat shellac Thanks...
  6. Bass Speaker Cabinet

    I made this bass speaker cabinet at the request of a friend. Most of my projects don't require plans and a cut list but I was able to use them in this case. There are 45 biscuits, so I cut 90 slots hoping that everything would line up correctly. Started with a 5×5 sheet of 1/2" Baltic Birch so...
  7. Walnut extension (kitchen) table

    After 2 years of my wife's patient waiting, I finally finished my first ever, "extension" table for our kitchen! (It wasn't that the table itself took that long to make, it just needed to move up in priority!) The table is made of solid walnut with a single leaf that allows it to extend from 55"...
  8. Sander Cart

    This rolling sander cart is handy in a small shop. Added locking casters for portability. Joined with Pocket hole screws, wood screws and biscuits for the drawer. Wood was free and some from the scrap bin. Drawer face is laminate flooring.
  9. Floating Vanity

    I've been going through a major remodel over the past few months that included a brand new powder room. The bathroom is pretty narrow so I wanted a small custom wall hung vanity to fit with my vessel sink and wall faucet. What looks like a simple box turned out to be quite an interesting...
  10. More copper etching and patina

    It's me again, I made similar crosses a few months ago with wood borders and patinated copper centers. They sold well and I got a few suggestions on other designs people wanted. These crosses are in response to that request. I made nine total, three wood varieties with three center etchings...
  11. Spalted Poplar TV Stand

    After finally finding the Klipsch KLF C7 center channel speaker I've been searching years for, I needed to build a stand to make the boss ok with it. I planed down some spalted poplar that my father-in-law had helped saw up locally here in the Adirondacks, and dimensioned it for glue up. The...
  12. Squatty Upgrade

    Homemade version of the squatty potty with some improvements (well at least in my opinion). Wasn't going to post this, but my previous toilet project (Toilet Tank Lid) got so many views I thought I'd see how interested you potty mouthed woodworkers are in this one. :) Pretty simple build, 3/4"...
  13. Mid-century Nightstand with Hexagon pattern drawers

    My goal was to build an original yet timeless nightstand. I had vision of a black carcass with hexagon pattern drawers, and a mid-century style base. I built it entirely out of ash wood, and I love how the grain really pops. In the video tutorial, I walk you through every step of making this...
  14. 8 foot Open-span Desk

    My son wanted a video editing desk. Criteria: 8' long supported on the ends only Open span - no front rail/apron/drawer Foot rest/shelf a foot above the floor I like designing things that look light, open, and clean, and are much stronger than they appear Used solid poplar and baltic birch...
  15. First project - Workbench for garage

    Just started getting into this, and decided I need a work bench in my garage. Bought some oak plywood for the top and just 2×4's for the frame. I was planning on staining the whole thing cherry and then poly coat on the plywood, but opened the wrong can, so just poly on the plywood. I think...
  16. My 2008 One Board Furniture Build-Off Entry Part 3

    The second new joinery technique i am using is biscuits, and because of the rules of this contest i am making my own from the very same hard maple board! In fact i cut strips off the stretcher boards specifically for creating my biscuits! I devised a simple and effective way to create biscuits...
  17. Large picture frame

    First picture frame ive attempted. All oak. I messed up the stain really bad but other than that everything else went smoothly. The center is 16×20, 4 of them are 8×10's and 6 4×6.
  18. "Vintage" Last Name Glass Frame

    This is a wedding gift for my buddy, inspired by a post I saw from GlassImpressions not too long ago (http://lumberjocks.com/projects/132513). This was my first time cutting coves on a table saw, and although slightly terrifying at first, its really not that bad. Other than lots of math, I'm...
  19. Worksharp Sharpening System Work Station

    Worksharp station modified from the plans I bought from Stumpy Nubs at: http://www.stumpynubs.com/ Mostly made of MDF and a few plywood scraps, I reversed the plan layout, made the top a little longer to accommodate my set up since I already have the work tool bar I paid $60 for. Unless you...
  20. King Sized Headboard

    I made a King Sized Headboard a few years ago. It was my first large project when we moved into our new house. The bedroom isn't large enough for a footboard and rails, so I just made the Headboard. It's Red Oak. With a Red Oak stain and 6 coats of Gloss Poly. There are no mechanical...
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